FUNNY! HAHAHA!!!!! loved it! 5/5!!!! PS:http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/183273
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Ha! Brilliant!!! I really really like this. Love the mucking around production shots and the sets for the north pole and santa's workshop are fantastic builds. Had you finished this in time for Christmas you would have totally bet me!
Quoting Tr3v0r W.
So what your saying is this was real LEGO edited on a computer because it seems impossible for a person to get Ron Weasley's face right
Aside from the fact that you're using flawed logic (since a person originally made the "Ron's face" pattern), I suggest that you take a look at the LeoCAD and LDraw websites. These are CAD-like programs where you put the LEGO pieces together in a 3D modeling environment.
I've never seen a LDD comic strip done before. You did a great job on the entire build and you've mastered the whole techniques overall. You have a very nice story-line and some really cool characters.
Absolutely LOVE the workshop set! Reminds me of the Dragon's Lair game that I obsessed over as a kid. Ah, good times! Hey, maybe THAT explains why Santa's a skeleton...like Dirk the Daring, he must've died in game play!
Quoting Tr3v0r W.
just a question what program did you use for this because I'd like to know
Actually, I used several. For the main construction I used LeoCAD (like I mentioned in the MOC text). After converting them to .ldr format, I used LDView to render the 3D models (also mentioned above). For some of the models (like the hall closet and the girl's blond hair) I used MLCAD to re-color the pieces to what I wanted. I added the photoshopping effects in Paint.net and the speech bubbles in Microsoft Powerpoint.